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In this difficult time, many of us have been urged to stay at home. This can be difficult for many, as this is not only a change in routine, but it is also a change to how we once interacted with the world around us. That isn’t easy. Regardless of if you are an introvert or an extrovert, a sudden change in routine is jarring.
When I find myself struggling with what is going on around me, I have a tendency to turn towards the stories and poems that I feel are comforting. While I can’t say that everyone does the same, or that my way even works, this is my way of processing the difficult emotions that I come up against.
So, with that in mind, here are five poems about the comforts of home.
1. “home” by Edgar Albert Guest
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2. “A home” by sarah c. woolsey
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3. “in praise of my bed” by meredith holmes
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4. “dog in bed” by joyce sidman
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5. “From a rooftop” by timothy steele
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